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Whether you are looking to give something back to your local community, update your skills or fill some spare time, we'd love to hear from you.

Check out our current volunteer opportunities below.

To register your interest please fill the form at the bottom of the page or complete the application form. For more information, please contact our Volunteering Co-ordinator.

Alternatively, you can join our volunteer register to help with ad-hoc and seasonal tasks such as Christmas dinners and summer fete, or contact us if there is a specific opportunity you are looking for.

Volunteer Application Form

Telephone0116 299 2256
EmailVolunteering@ageukleics.org.uk

Befriending Volunteer

To visit clients who may be experiencing isolation and loneliness and offer support and companionship. You will also support and encourage individuals to participate in the community. The role can be based across Leicester City, County, and Rutland.

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Benefit Application Form Volunteer (Dementia Support Service)

This volunteering role is to support the I&A Dementia Support Service (DSS) Benefits Advisor who is responsible for providing benefit advice to clients 18+ who have a formal diagnosis of dementia, their families, and carers.

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Re-use Centre Shop Volunteer

Volunteers required assisting customers, principally members of the public, to make purchases of clothes and miscellaneous items donated to the charity in a shop setting. You must be able to act as shop cashier as well as maintain and assist in stock control. Major tasks include preparing donated items for sale, which may consist of sorting and steam pressing clothing, washing, and cleaning items of bric-a-brac, polishing furniture, and preparing books.

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Carers Support Volunteer

A volunteer is required to support the work of the information and advice worker in providing general support to Carers.

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Group Support Volunteer (Dementia Support Service)

To assist staff in the delivery of groups to people affected by dementia and carers

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Day Clubs Volunteer

We are looking for volunteers to help our day care organisers provide a welcoming, interactive, engaging and fun day out in one of our community Day Club venues. We offer high quality day care provision for older people with care needs, dementia, mental health issues and adults with learning disabilities. The role involves supporting planned games and activities, excursions, serving lunch and refreshments. This role does not include providing personal care.

Many of our Day Clubs Volunteers also act as a Passenger Assistant, for which you would also assist club members attend our day centres via Age UK Transport. This involves assisting the Minibus driver in collecting and returning members from their residence. 

Alternatively volunteers can do the Passenger Assist role only. Please see the two role descriptions below for more infromation. 

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Passenger Assistant Volunteer Role Description

Bucket Collectors

We are looking for Volunteers to help raise money for the charity by standing inside/outside buildings with a collection bucket.

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Shop Assistant

Volunteers required assisting customers, principally members of the public, to make purchases of clothes and miscellaneous items donated to the charity in a ‘High Street’ shop setting. You must be able to act as shop cashier as well as maintain and assist in stock control. Major tasks include preparing donated items for sale, which may consist of sorting and steam pressing clothing, washing and cleaning items of bric-a-brac, polishing furniture and preparing books.

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Warehouse Assistant

We need volunteers to help assist customers, principally members of the public, to make purchases of furniture and miscellaneous items donated to the charity in a warehouse setting. You must be able to act as shop cashier as well as maintain and assist in stock control. Major tasks include preparing donated items for sale, which may consist of sorting, cleaning, and polishing furniture.

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Catering Assistant

We are looking for volunteers to help on various days and different times in our ‘Seasons Restaurant,’ at Clarence House. Duties include; food preparation, pot washing, clearing tables, and helping customers. Experience not needed, but good communication skills, and a friendly nature is required.

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Car Driver Volunteer

Volunteer drivers are required to transport persons accessing Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland or NHS services, utilising our wheelchair accessible vehicle based at London Road LE2.

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Are you over the age of 18?